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This lesson contains 32 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.

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listening

Slide 1 - Slide

How did your listening practice go?

Slide 2 - Open question

Introduction

What do you already know about "voetbalvrouwen".

Slide 3 - Slide

In the sixties footballers' wives were not as ... as they are today.
question 1
A
glamorous
B
popular
C
businesslike

Slide 4 - Quiz

When Pat Labone first met her husband she did not realize that
Q2
A
football was so important to him.
B
football requires a lot of training.
C
playing football could be a regular job.

Slide 5 - Quiz

Why was Victoria a bit put off when she first met Steven?
Q3
A
She had a certain prejudice against footballers.
B
She didn't like the way he and his friends behaved.
C
She was afraid he might feel superior to her.

Slide 6 - Quiz

What does Victoria say about most footballers' wives she has met?
Q4
A
Their husbands' fame had a negative effect on their personal lives.
B
They tried to stay out of the limelight as much as they could.
C
They were very different from what they are suposed to be like,

Slide 7 - Quiz

What is Pat, after so mnay years, still displeased about?
Q5
A
She couldn't come on a club holiday because she wasn't married.
B
Club matters Always came first, often at the expense of family life.
C
The players could not see their partners when playing Abroad.

Slide 8 - Quiz

What does Victoria say about having your own career as a footballer's wife?
Q6
A
There is a risk that it will drive you and your husband apart.
B
It is a very good idea as the husband's career is usually short.
C
People do not expect it but in fact it is not at all unusual.

Slide 9 - Quiz

part two

mental skills
intro

Slide 10 - Slide

question 8
What does Steven Shaw say about learning mental skills?
Take notes
Q8

Slide 11 - Slide

What does Steven Shaw say about learning mental skills?

Slide 12 - Open question

question 9
What is the purpose of some players'rituals between points?
Take notes
Q9

Slide 13 - Slide

What is the purpose of some players'rituals between points?

Slide 14 - Open question

question 10
What do some players do during longer breaks in a match?
Take notes
Q10

Slide 15 - Slide

What do some players do during longer breaks in a match?

Slide 16 - Open question

question 11
Which tennis player's nightmare is described here?
Take notes
Q11

Slide 17 - Slide

Which tennis player's nightmare is described here?

Slide 18 - Open question

question 12
What does Steven Shaw advise the interviewer to do during breaks in a tennis match?
Take notes
Q12

Slide 19 - Slide

What does Steven Shaw advise the interviewer to do during breaks in a tennis match?

Slide 20 - Open question

part 3
intro

Slide 21 - Slide

The song Jolene is about
Q13
A
a woman's fear to lose her lover
B
a woman's worries about her looks

Slide 22 - Quiz

Dolly Parton has recently had to deal with the problem
Q14
A
that she finds it hard to cope with getting older
B
that she is not as popular as she used to be

Slide 23 - Quiz

How did Dolly look upon the music she grew up with
Q15
A
she immediately recognized it commercial potential
B
it was too limited for a career as a professional singer

Slide 24 - Quiz

What does Dolly say here about her childhood?
Q16
A
Her religious upbringing has given het self-confidence
B
Hardship in her family has taught her some valuable things.

Slide 25 - Quiz

The song Bluer Pastures is about
Q17
A
blindly pursuing your ambitions
B
not knowing what you want

Slide 26 - Quiz

What does Dolly say about her appearance? Q 18
A) It may well stand in the way of a good understanding of her work.
B) It helps to create the right atmosphere for the performance of her music.
Q18

Slide 27 - Slide

What does Dolly say about her appearance?
A
A
B
B

Slide 28 - Quiz

Why has Dolly written songs about women being betrayed by men?
Q19
A
it is a subject that never fails to appeal
B
it is a way of dealing with her own past

Slide 29 - Quiz

What kind of music can we expect from Dolly Parton in years to come?
A) Now that she has returned to a more traditional style she intends to stick with it.

B) apart from work in different styles she will regularly produce traditional songs,
Q20

Slide 30 - Slide

What kind of music can we expect from Dolly Parton in years to come?
A
A
B
B

Slide 31 - Quiz

How did it go?
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Slide 32 - Poll